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Offline Tomato Deuce

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« Reply #4525 on: Friday 22 March 2019, 06:50:02 pm »
Why isn't Tim Weah getting game time?

Think he’s with the U-23s right now, but you’d expect him to be a serious option over the next few years

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« Reply #4526 on: Friday 22 March 2019, 06:58:16 pm »
I refuse to live in a world where he isn't our best option not named Pulisic
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« Reply #4527 on: Friday 22 March 2019, 07:01:06 pm »
I refuse to live in a world where he isn't our best option not named Pulisic

Glad he went out on loan. Been getting playing time for Celtic, but hasn’t started much.

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« Reply #4528 on: Saturday 18 May 2019, 08:37:38 pm »
Very good news, he’s apparently had an excellent half-season in Turkey.

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New Zealand-born forward Tyler Boyd has been approved to switch affiliation to the United States by FIFA.

Boyd, 24, scored five goals and had four assists in 13 games for Ankaragucu, in Turkey's top division, in the second half of the season on loan from Portugal's Vitoria Guimaraes.

Boyd played for New Zealand at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup and made his debut for the senior national team in Japan in 2014. He has played six international matches, all exhibitions.

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced on Saturday that soccer's international governing body had approved Boyd's application.

Sorry, Kiwis.

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« Reply #4529 on: Monday 20 May 2019, 05:48:11 am »
Very good news, he’s apparently had an excellent half-season in Turkey.

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New Zealand-born forward Tyler Boyd has been approved to switch affiliation to the United States by FIFA.

Boyd, 24, scored five goals and had four assists in 13 games for Ankaragucu, in Turkey's top division, in the second half of the season on loan from Portugal's Vitoria Guimaraes.

Boyd played for New Zealand at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup and made his debut for the senior national team in Japan in 2014. He has played six international matches, all exhibitions.

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced on Saturday that soccer's international governing body had approved Boyd's application.

Sorry, Kiwis.

 :lol:

The question you'll want to ask yourself is why we didn't pick him for 5 years during an entire World Cup qualification cycle - friendly or otherwise, and why he couldn't get off the bench for the Phoenix in the A-League (a standard of football that makes the MLS look like the Champions League) before he left. 
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« Reply #4530 on: Monday 20 May 2019, 10:34:21 am »
I think you’re over-selling the A-League there :lol:
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« Reply #4531 on: Monday 20 May 2019, 06:44:28 pm »
Very good news, he’s apparently had an excellent half-season in Turkey.

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New Zealand-born forward Tyler Boyd has been approved to switch affiliation to the United States by FIFA.

Boyd, 24, scored five goals and had four assists in 13 games for Ankaragucu, in Turkey's top division, in the second half of the season on loan from Portugal's Vitoria Guimaraes.

Boyd played for New Zealand at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup and made his debut for the senior national team in Japan in 2014. He has played six international matches, all exhibitions.

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced on Saturday that soccer's international governing body had approved Boyd's application.

Sorry, Kiwis.

 :lol:

The question you'll want to ask yourself is why we didn't pick him for 5 years during an entire World Cup qualification cycle - friendly or otherwise, and why he couldn't get off the bench for the Phoenix in the A-League (a standard of football that makes the MLS look like the Champions League) before he left. 

:lol: look I dunno about any of that. Glad to have another player in the pool.

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« Reply #4532 on: Monday 20 May 2019, 07:20:29 pm »
:lol: like 5,000 players are added to the pool every day marra

Offline Mike

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« Reply #4533 on: Sunday 26 May 2019, 05:06:04 pm »
:lol: Sickening how well the ladies play compared to the men.

Offline B-more Mag

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« Reply #4534 on: Sunday 9 June 2019, 08:25:44 pm »
Need to nationalize sports and start allocating some decent athletes to soccer.

Offline Ameritoon

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« Reply #4535 on: Sunday 9 June 2019, 10:11:29 pm »
That Gold Cup squad is really bad. We've done absolutely nothing to change since losing to T&T. Not like there aren't young players who don't deserve a chance

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« Reply #4536 on: Sunday 9 June 2019, 10:14:30 pm »
Hot. Garbage.

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« Reply #4537 on: Sunday 9 June 2019, 10:42:05 pm »
What a f*cking mess. However, this should be tempered with the fact that the best players were not chosen and the up and coming young talent were away at the U20 WC (including Weah).
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« Reply #4538 on: Monday 10 June 2019, 01:11:54 am »
Need to nationalize sports and start allocating some decent athletes to soccer.

:lol: Need to get on that Russia in the 80's level.

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« Reply #4539 on: Monday 10 June 2019, 01:22:52 am »
Wil Trapp is a shittier Kyle Beckerman. And he’s never not gonna be picked under Berhalter either.

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« Reply #4540 on: Monday 10 June 2019, 02:28:40 pm »
Disappointing lack of goading from the Brits.